- June 16, 2014
-- The Fertility Center of Charleston joins EMD Serono, Inc. in its commitment to U.S. military veterans and their spouses with the introduction of the Compassionate Corps Program. Through the program, veterans and their spouses may be eligible to receive free fertility medicine. “We are proud to be a part of a new way to help serve the men and women of our military who may be experiencing financial barriers to fertility treatment, says Dr. Stephanie Singleton of The Fertility Center of Charleston. To be eligible for the program, patients must be a retired member of the military or the spouse of one; be a veteran or the spouse of a veteran who is infertile due to a service-related injury, not otherwise insured for infertility medications;
have been properly screened and diagnosed as infertile and requiring in vitro fertilization/
advanced reproductive technology.
For more information about Compassionate Corps, including eligibility requirements, program details and enrollment forms, please call The Fertility Center of Charleston office at 843-881-7400 to schedule a consultation.
Those U.S. military veteran patients who do not qualify for the Compassionate Corps Program and do not have insurance for fertility medications are encouraged to apply for EMD Serono¹s Compassionate Care Program in which they will now receive an automatic discount of 25% off the self-pay price of EMD Serono medicines. These patients can also qualify for 50 to 75% off of EMD Serono medications if they meet the financial eligibility criteria of EMD Serono’s Compassionate Care Program.
Led by Dr. Stephanie Singleton, the heart of The Fertility Center of Charleston is the infertility team composed of a physician, nurses, nursing assistants, an embryologist, andrology technicians, counselors, receptionists, and management professionals dedicated to helping infertile couples. More information about how to apply for these savings are on the website at www.FertilityCharleston.com